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Description de "Health Care Policy: A Political Economy Approach"

The authors use a political economy perspective to explain why the effects of public medical care policy in America are often at odds with widely accepted notions of the public interest. Medical inflation, national heath insurance, reduction of hospital capacity, and regulation of long term care, are among the key issues discussed. 'An interesting insight into health care policy in the USA is provided by this book which systematically analyses medical care policy formation and implementation in that country...Very relevant to today's debate in the United Kingdom.' -- Journal of the Institute of Health Education, Vol 21 No 1 'In adopting a positive approach to health policy, this book...succeeds in delivering a readable, insightful, and well-informed illustration, for the general reader, of the application of this approach to health policy...' -- Journal of Political Economy, 1983 'The strength of this book is its attempt to combine the insights of economics and political science and through them to develop an understanding of the problems of medical care in the United States...This book can be recommended to those who wish to examine why America has experienced many problems in regulating its medical care system.' -- Social Policy and Administration, Vol 18 No 1, Spring 1984

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  • Reliure : Paperback
  • 229  pages
  • Editeur :   Sage Publications, Inc Paru le
  • ISBN :  0803918275
  • EAN13 :  9780803918276
  • Classe Dewey :  362.10973
  • Langue : Anglais

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The authors use a political economy perspective to explain why the effects of public medical care policy in America are often at odds with widely accepted notions of the public interest. Medical inflation, national heath insurance, reduction of hospital capacity, and regulation of long term care, are among the key issues discussed. 'An interesting insight into health care policy in the USA is provided by this book which systematically analyses medical care policy formation and implementation in that country...Very relevant to today's debate in the United Kingdom.' -- Journal of the Institute of Health Education, Vol 21 No 1 'In adopting a positive approach to health policy, this book...succeeds in delivering a readable, insightful, and well-informed illustration, for the general reader, of the application of this approach to health policy...' -- Journal of Political Economy, 1983 'The strength of this book is its attempt to combine the insights of economics and political science and through them to develop an understanding of the problems of medical care in the United States...This book can be recommended to those who wish to examine why America has experienced many problems in regulating its medical care system.' -- Social Policy and Administration, Vol 18 No 1, Spring 1984